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Campus Comment: What Is Your Advice For Finding a Good Living Situation?

Amanda

“No matter where you live, the most important thing is who you live with. If you don’t choose the right people to live with, it will be a long, frustrating year!”
-Amanda Befort, third-year biology major

"First, you have to find out what kind of person you. What is more important to you? For me, I didn’t know that having a good kitchen and having a laundry machine close by was something important for me. I would also recommend looking for smaller [housing] companies instead of the bigger companies because they are usually more likely to be better landlords."  -Christie Ly, Fifth Year Sociology Major

“First, you have to find out what kind of person you. What is more important to you? For me, I didn’t know that having a good kitchen and having a laundry machine close by was something important for me. I would also recommend looking for smaller [housing] companies instead of the bigger companies because they are usually more likely to be better landlords.”
-Christie Ly,
fifth-year sociology major

"Some of the best advice that I could give to people that are looking for good living situations is start looking for housing now if you haven't started already. In the process of this you should look for roommates that you can relate to. " Dameon Cooper Junior Global Studies and French Major

“Some of the best advice that I could give to people that are looking for good living situations is start looking for housing now if you haven’t started already. In the process of this, you should look for roommates that you can relate to. “
-Dameon Cooper,
third-year global studies and French major

Kendal

“Students looking for an ideal living situation must think about themselves first. Most importantly, you must live with someone compatible to your lifestyle. Make sure your values match up with the person you are going to live with because you cannot change someone even if you think you can! So make sure your vibing before you make the big decision to live with them. Good luck!”
-Kendal White,
third-year global studies major

Eden

“Don’t live with dirty or smelly people.”
-Eden Loi, second-year communication major

 

"Last few years, I’ve relied on having my friends at the time organize everything of me and just focused on finding the option best for me."  -Scott Mcfall  4th year Political Science

“Last few years, I’ve relied on having my friends at the time organize everything for me and just focused on finding the option best for me.”
-Scott Mcfall
fourth-year political science major

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